Berlin-based German carrier Germania is expanding its network and stations an aircraft in Hamburg. Previously only operating flights to Palma, Gran Canaria, and Tenerife on behalf of tour operators, the carrier with green-white livery now also operates flights under its own flag, servicing holiday and city destinations in the Atlantic, the Mediterranean Sea, and North Africa.
Once per week off to Rhodes Island
Starting 17 June, Germania will be flying to Rhodes Island in four hours once a week. In winter, services to Madeira and Marrakech will be introduced. Starting 2 November, flights to the flower island in the Atlantic will take off sundays. Commencing 4 November, the North African city of Marrakech will be serviced on Tuesday and Friday. In addition, Germania plans to also offer a service to Tel Aviv early next year. “Hamburg Airport is the most important aviation hub in the north and, with its catchment area of Schleswig-Holstein to northern Lower Saxony perfect complements our existing bases in Bremen and Rostock. “We are very pleased to also regularly take off from Hamburg under our own brand at the start are the future,” said Andreas Wobig, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Germania.
In the Hanseatic city, Germania also operates a shuttle for Airbus, connecting the plant in Finkenwerder with Toulouse twice on weekdays.
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